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1. #essentialprogressive premiere | Kevin Di Serna & Ditian - Crystal Forest (Lost & Found)

#essentialprogressive premiere | Kevin Di Serna & Ditian - Crystal Forest (Lost & Found)

We're very privileged to bring you an exclusive premiere of Kevin Di Serna & Ditian's utterly mesmerising 'Crystal Forest', taken from the next release on Guy J's ever-stellar Lost & Found imprint. Be sure to check out our interview with Kevin Di Serna about the release too:

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2. #cupremiere | The Micronauts - Acid Party (Luca Agnelli Remix)[Micronautics]

#cupremiere | The Micronauts - Acid Party (Luca Agnelli Remix)[Micronautics]

‘Acid Party’ is the new single from Christophe Monier’s leftfield techno and acid house project, The Micronauts. The lead single from his forthcoming studio album, it drops this June with remixes from Red Axes, Luigi Rocca and this techno thumper from Luca Agnelli. Out 22 June:

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3. #cupremiere | Eelke Kleijn - De Orde Van De Nacht (Extended Mix)DAYS like NIGHTS

#cupremiere | Eelke Kleijn - De Orde Van De Nacht (Extended Mix)DAYS like NIGHTS

Support on Beatport 'De Orde Van De Nacht' means to take people on a journey. Here DAYS like NIGHTS label boss Eelke Kleijn juggles sonorous sound sets with cinematic soundscapes that merge and mingle to create a beautiful hypnotic acquiesce.

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4. Episode 03 | Jeremy Olander

Episode 03 | Jeremy Olander

Read the interview As a valiant advocate of modern progressive house and its transferable underground tendencies, you would struggle to find an artist more illuminated on the global club circuit than Jeremy Olander. But with a journey that started in North America and that found its peak among Sweden’s fertile house elite, it comes as little surprise that the Pryda protégé has made such sharp professional and geographical maneuvers throughout his zestful career. Through a mutual love for Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson and East Coast American hip-hop, Jeremy lapped up influences from across the musical spectrum. Though he never conceived that music could muster a career for him, each respective genre mustered crucial emotions for the aspiring producer, the culmination of which led Jeremy on a quest for musical absolution that only a technical approach could truly satisfy. Matched with an obsession with technology and the peaking action of such European assets as Joachim Garraud and The Prodigy that surrounded him, his choice to opt for composition over computer-based strategy opened a new world for the impending Swedish heavyweight. When that love for music and technology combined, Jeremy truly found his element, testing and trialing its resonance right through to his now global standing as progressive house music’s golden boy. Curiosity would see Jeremy sneak into the early shows of Steve Angello and Eric Prydz, the latter of whom would prove instrumental in Jeremy’s breakthrough later down the line. He had already found maximal strength in minimal production techniques along the way, opting for subtle drops and steadfast composition over senseless dynamics. By the time he was inaugurated to Pryda Friends, that approach had been perfected – a matter of scrutinous years trialing and testing his own sound to imitate the quality of his peers, but the composure of his own musical ambitions. The journey from inaugural label duties “Evade” through to an off-the-cuff remix of Golden Girl’s Floorplay classic “Kinetic” suggested that somewhere along the line, curiosity and consistency had met to make the young Swede indispensible to his craft and its forward motions. By the time “Let Me Feel” had found its way onto the digital market, Jeremy could be found well and truly in tune with his own distinct musical agenda. In need of a closing number that bore his own melodic hallmarks, speedy emotional process would translate seamlessly into the perfect closing number for perhaps one of the more radiant examples of a talent driven by scrutiny, passion and persistence. With his techno moniker Dhillon representing the untamed underground edge strategically separated from his own, the likes of Adam Beyer and his Drumcode imprint have quickly inaugurated young Olander into a successful dual reign of two essential modern facets of global club land. Tracklist 01. Umani - Far From Any Road [CD-R] 02. Juan Deminicis - Feel [Lost & Found] 03. Darin Epsilon Feat. Tom Sela - Lapis Lazuli (Lank Remix) [Flow] 04. Sahar Z & Guy Mantzur - Sneaky Monkey (Guy J Remix) [Definitive] 05. Jeremy Olander - Groover [CD-R] 06. Jeremy Olander - Crazy In Love [CD-R] 07. Simon Vuarambon - Soulmates [Sudbeat] 08. Jamie Stevens - The Wonder of You [microCastle] 09. Gui Boratto - Paralelo (Oliver Schories Remix) [Parquet] 10. Ian O'Donovan - Millennia (Original Mix) [Tronic] 11. Jeremy Olander - Jackie [CD-R] 12. Jeremy Olander - Lord Calvert [CD-R]

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5. #cupremiere | Danism + Train Feat. blondewearingblack - Let's Go (David Morales Red Zone Mix)

#cupremiere | Danism + Train Feat. blondewearingblack - Let's Go (David Morales Red Zone Mix)

Released 27th October Traxsource - Beatport - Meet Blondewearingblack, the vocalist who pitched up in house music through the unorthodox apprenticeship of becoming DJ driver in Ibiza. The White Isle will do that to a person. Having cut her recording teeth with Greg Pidcock's Disengage (Get Physical) and Mr G's Precious Cargo (Defected), blondewearingblack presents her finest performance to date on the feisty Let's Go. Danism + Train craft a dark, sparse, electronic production that underscores the tension of blondewearingblack's terse vocal performance. The late night vibes continue with DJ Le Roi's neo Eurodisco remix and reach their apogee with a brooding, percussive, classic Dj David Morales Red Zone remix. Enjoy our exclusive premiere of David Morales' (Red Zone Remix), a stellar remix from one of the scene's greats.

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6. #cupremiere | Egbert - Duister (Gem Records)

#cupremiere | Egbert - Duister (Gem Records)

Support on Beatport

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7. Episode 07 | Nick Warren & Nick Tripswitch B2B

Episode 07 | Nick Warren & Nick Tripswitch B2B

Support new release on Beatport A Brief History: Nick Warren & Nick ‘Tripswitch’ Brennan The two Nicks first connected in 2006, when Warren contacted Brennan to license the Tripswitch track ‘Roll Your Own’ for his Global Underground ‘GU30 Paris’ compilation, and subsequently took a second track ‘Strange Parallels’ which the latter had been writing for his 2nd Tripswitch album ‘Geometry’. Following the incredible success of the GU compilation, the pair kept in contact and over time became good friends, with Warren becoming something of a mentor to Brennan, particularly when the latter launched his first label Section Records and then started to broaden his productions from chillout into progressive house. Who better to ask advice than the Godfather! In 2011 Warren remixed the Tripswitch track ‘Collider’ for Section, and then included it in his ‘Balance 018’ comp. In 2013, Warren again nabbed two new Tripswitch tracks – ‘Still Seas’ and ‘Sick Teckers’ – for his Renaissance ‘The Masters Series: Part 18’ comp, and the same year the pair DJ’d back-to-back at the exclusive Kimberley Festival. With their musical tastes so aligned going right back to the 1980’s, it was inevitable that given the right opportunity the two would eventually collaborate in the studio, and in 2016 just such an opportunity arose with the first release on Warren’s new The Soundgarden label, where they joined forces to remix the Joey Fehrenbach track ‘Wolves’. The studio chemistry worked like a dream and the pair turned in a belting, swirling, nu-disco remix that complemented the leftfield-electro original perfectly and, soon after, the two Nicks were planning their next outing, which came in the form of their first original production together – ‘Savannah’. Originally released in a slowed down form on Hernan Cattaneo’s ‘Balance presents Sudbeat’ compilation, it was then given the Sudbeat single release treatment at the original tempo, along with remixes from Guy Mantzur and Mariano Mellino. ‘Savannah’ went on to become one of the hottest progressive releases of 2017. When Brennan launched his new onedotsixtwo imprint in summer 2017, with its focus on releasing the highest quality progressive house music, this was the perfect excuse for another set of collaborative studio sessions, and ‘Voight Kampff’ (ODST0003) is the dazzling result. With another collab already underway and a fifth in the pipeline for later in the year, this is an alchemic production partnership that plays to the strengths of both artists and is set to bear delicious fruit for a long time to come. Tracklist 01. Nick Warren & Tripswitch - Voight Kampff (Öona Dahl Live Forever Mix) - onedotsixtwo 02. Tripswitch - Roll Your Own - Liquid Sound Design / Section Records 03. Way Out West - The Gift (Way Out West’s 2010 Mix) - Hope Recordings 04. Geist - Tiny Little Things (Tripswitch Remix) - Iboga Records 05. Nick Warren & Tripswitch - Voight Kampff (Cid Inc. Remix) - onedotsixtwo 06. Karmon - Brutus Jam - Diynamic 07. Henry Saiz - September - Natura Sonoris 08. Subandrio - Fugue State Of Mind - Sudbeat 09. London Grammar - Wasting My Young Years (Antrim Unofficial Remix) - white label 10. Albrect La Brooy - Tidal River - Apollo Nick Warren Info: Nick Tripswitch Info: onedotsixtwo Info:

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8. Episode 01 | robert babicz live

Episode 01 | robert babicz live

Read the interview Legendary producer Robert Babicz provides an exclusive live recording for Robert’s musical output is inspiring and staggering. A true one-man operation, he writes, records and performs solo; commanding an ever-expanding touring schedule, tailoring the music he creates to the cities he visits. But that’s only part of the puzzle, Babicz's art is comprised of more than just his music. He films everything. Using his music to open doors and build relationships with people in only the way music can, he then records his experiences and interaction on film, both still and moving, later editing the images together as a picture track to his audio. Robert creates short films that capture the emotions, colours and feel of his trips, his music and the people he finds who want to be part of that experience. In turn these then also have an effect on his music colouring his emotive, unique take on electronica with a very human feel. Connect with

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9. Episode 12 | Martijn Ten Velden - Feeling of Sa Penya Mix

Episode 12 | Martijn Ten Velden - Feeling of Sa Penya Mix

Read the interview 1. Martijn ten Velden & Staves - Feeling of Sa Penya (MTV mix) - [The Soundgarden] 2. Tim Engelhardt & Leonard Bywa - Chymera - [CityFox] 3. Mihai Popoviciu - Fiction - [Poker Flat] 4. Jeremy Olander - Pinkerton (Finnebassen Remix) - [Vivrant] 5. Stefano Richetta - Princess Leia - [Click Records] 6. &ME - Avalon - [Keinemusic] 7. D-Nox & Victor Ruiz - Pure - [Sudbeat] 8. K.A.L.I.L. - Prana - [Beat Boutique] 9. Chicola - Everything is Broken - [Replug] 10. Fideles - Secret Garden - [Little Helpers] 11. Super Flu - Skorr - [Monaberry]

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10. Episode 05 | Nick Muir Live in Uruguay

Episode 05 | Nick Muir Live in Uruguay

Click here to download => Click here for tracklist => Gabriel Ananda vs John Digweed & Nick Muir Tachyon Dream Beatport: 12” Vinyl: Nick Muir has always been a big fave here at C-U is best known for his work as a producer of electronic dance music both on his own and as one half of the Bedrock production team with John Digweed. John Digweed and Nick Muir's partnership has been one of electronic music's most fruitful pairings. Between them, they've creating a body of work that’s seen them become one of the world’s most highly regarded production duos. Together, they've been involved in many pivotal moments in the world of club music with their music even helping to define some genres. Classic tracks like 'For What You Dream Of' and 'Heaven Scent' under Digweed and Muir's Bedrock monkier, plus Nick's own 'Stoneage' as Floorjam are widely regarded as classics, which are still played all over the world today. Muir's music has been used extensively in film and both he and John have written scores for, amongst others, 'Stark Raving Mad' (Newmarket films) and 'Spiderman - the animated series' which won a Dancestar award for Best Use of Music in a TV Show. 'For What You Dream Of' was famously used in the club scene of the phenomenally successful era defining film, 'Trainspotting'. Enjoy a live recording of Nick's recent set in Uruguay recorded specially for our masters series by a master. Bedrock Info:!/BedrockRecords

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11. #cupremiere | Marco Lys - The Story Continues (Extended Mix) Bombassa

#cupremiere | Marco Lys - The Story Continues (Extended Mix) Bombassa

Support on Beatport Marco Lys boasts a legacy few can boast and his brand new offering on Harry Romero's Bambossa label, shows his sound is still up there with the best of them. Artist: Marco Lys Title: The Story Continues Label: Bambossa Genre: House/Tech House Release date: 22.12.2017 Cat nr: BMBS01

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12. #cupremiere | Fabio Florido - Connection (Mood)

#cupremiere | Fabio Florido - Connection (Mood)

Nicole Moudaber welcomes a kindred spirit to the MOOD family: Fabio Florido. Connected harmonically through their shared signature of stripped back dynamics and hypnotic elements. Connected technically through their roles as ambassadors in Hawtin’s movement for innovative technology. Now Fabio and the MOOD founder connect once again with a stunning three-track debut label release. Adding more fuel to his on-point fire on Matador’s Rukus earlier this summer, Fabio rolls out another profound, entrancing and vast excursion. We premiere ‘Connection’ - its acid bedrock buzzes like a hornets nest as more percussive layers and sweeping alien FX soar and scorch across the spectrum building with a breath-taking state of contemporary techno oblivion.

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13. Episode 15 | Alex Stein

Episode 15 | Alex Stein

Read the interview => Bavarian-Brazilian Alex Stein has quickly risen to become regarded as one of the most well-known and revered artist worldwide of the new Brazilian techno / techno-house scene. With releases already on Suara, Sincopat, Bunny Tiger, Great Stuff Recordings, Herzblut, Tronic, etc... he has surpassed all expectations and it seems he will follow the same footsteps of his friend and fellow countryman Victor Ruiz, who is unstoppable - publishing on labels such as Senso Sounds, Octopus, Terminal M and of course, Suara. At the same time, he has accumulated an incredible legion of followers, not only in his home nation Brazil, but throughout the world thanks to performances in Canada, South Africa, Australia, and of course the main European capitals. By the way, like Victor, Alex usually spend some time throughout the year in Berlin, the ever-glowing German capital, a perfect place to continue evolving on his greatest passion: techno.

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14. Episode 36 | Anton Dhouran

Episode 36 | Anton Dhouran

Support his new release on Beatport Tracklist Robot Koch - Fluid Davis feat. Cameo Culture - Blind Anton Dhouran & Rafael Cerato - Like Gilles Said (feat. Jonatan Backélie) NU - This Land Bloum - Faith (Eggo Remix) Tinlicker - Soon You’ll Be Gone (feat. Thomas Oliver) Of Norway - Love is over Konvex & the Shadow feat Fiona Sally Miller - Sources 16 Bit Lolitas - Peninsula

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15. Spektre - When They Come (Original Mix) Elevate

Spektre - When They Come (Original Mix) Elevate

Pre-order on Beatport Previous C-U cover stars Spektre return with a menacing slice of Berlin sounding techno on Pig & Dan's excellent imprint Elevate.

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16. Episode 03 | robert babicz

Episode 03 | robert babicz

Free download => Read interview =>

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17. Episode 07 | petar dundov

Episode 07 | petar dundov

Read the interview What is techno? Scientists and philosophers have long since pondered the concept of its musical definition since it burst out of Detroit in the mid-‘80s. Is it that notion of the “ghost in the machine”, of soul from electronics that its inventors elicited? Or is it more the repetitive throb and thump of 4/4 beats and slow-burning momentum that the Berghain generation are proponents of? Croatian producer Petar Dundov’s stunning music manages to marry both ideals in the most explosive of fashions. To Dundov, “techno is music that precedes movement. It is dance music, solid enough to carry emotions through the dance floor and abstract enough to be a template for ever”. And indeed his breathtaking productions embody this ethos, serving the inherent function of making your body pulse spontaneously while also challenging your brain with its complex melodies and slow-burning, hypnotic progressions. It’s the antidote for anyone who thinks that techno is about senseless, dull looping. Although maybe the word “techno” doesn’t give enough detail about his style, it’s probably the nearest ballpark to whose principles his music adheres – and he is keen to expand the horizons of what people know and expect of the genre. But it’s that sense of his tracks being alive, forever evolving and expanding and increasing in intensity, which gives his music its unique sound and has seen his work crossover into a myriad of different areas of the global electronic music scene. The last two years have seen his mind-bending single Oasis (played by everyone from Dubfire to Sasha to Ben Klock to Prins Thomas to Timo Maas) take the scene by storm with its intricate, ever-changing melodies, John Digweed snap him up for an epic rework of Alan Fitzpatrick’s Reflections, and Gregor Tresher squeeze a deep, mesmerising remix of his track The Life Wire out of him. His music shows you that he’s a producer with more than churning out mindless, functional and dispensable drivel on his mind. There’s a philosophy entrenched in his productions that breathes the very spirit of life and dynamism into them: “My ultimate goal as a producer and musician is to bridge the world of inspiration and physical world to the extent where the listener wouldn't be able to distinguish between the two. Music has this unique property to communicate deep emotions that are inherently in all of us. We just forgot how to use them, and my search is an attempt to revive those emotions where we all resonate as one.” Born in Zagreb in the early ‘70s, his career in dance music stretches back the best part of 20 years, but it’s only in the new millennium that he’s been using his own name for his productions. Over the years he’s graced many of the world’s most prestigious and best-loved techno institutions – including mega-festivals I Love Techno, EXIT, Awakenings and Wire, and cutting-edge clubs like Berghain, Matter (RIP), Womb, Air, Fuse and Space. He counts a longstanding relationship with Belgium’s legendary Music Man label amongst his achievements, an imprint that has also played host to releases by everyone from Jeff Mills (for whose label Tomorrow he created the Sculptures mini-LP) to Green Velvet to Robert Hood, and after completing his acclaimed debut album Escapements in 2008, he’s got the follow-up in the works (for completion by the end 2010). Petar Dundov makes intelligent electronic music that breaks boundaries, moves feet and twists minds. He is without a doubt one of the most inspiring, original and daring producers in electronica, and with the likes of Sven Väth, Francois K, Laurent Garnier, Adam Beyer, Josh Wink, Guy J, Glimpse, Hernan Cattaneo, Brendan Moeller, and Danny Tenaglia amongst his fans, it would be hard to disagree. Connect with

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18. Premieres (latest music at the top)

Premieres (latest music at the top) founded 2013 | direct to source underground dance music industry media and music promotion platform working directly with independent artists and labels. Proud supporters of #newtalent in house and techno Interview requests: [email protected] Premieres: [email protected]

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19. #cupremiere | Robert Babicz - Above All The Colours (Armadillo Records

#cupremiere | Robert Babicz - Above All The Colours (Armadillo Records

C-U favourite Robert Babicz lands with three new gems for Armadillo, the new downtempo / ambient label from Guy J and Sahar Z. 'All Above The Colours' is a mystical Eastern influenced slab of chilled goodness. Luscious pads and simple cool percussion adds depth to a dreamy warm track of beauty. And then the beats kick in...

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